Benevilla, the West Valley’s premier human services nonprofit, today announced that Dan Reed and the Intergenerational Benevilla Band jazzed up the stage at the Virginia G. Piper Trust Encore Career Prize Celebration Event on Thursday, November 5.
In 2014, Benevilla received the Piper Trust Encore Prize and the Encore Enhancement Prize. The bi-annual prize recognizes nonprofits and public agencies that are pioneering new ways of involving adults, age 50+, in solving problems, meeting important social needs, and improving life for people and communities.
Benevilla felt honored to be recognized by the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust as Dan Reed and the Benevilla Band played a live show during this year’s celebration and awards ceremony.
“We are thrilled to continue to work so closely with the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust,” said Benevilla President & CEO Michelle Dionisio. “Congratulations to Russ Perlich, the found of Act One, for receiving this prestigious recognition and to Dan Reed and the Benevilla Band for putting on a wonderful show.”
Benevilla strengthens our community by offering supportive, life enriching programs that enable personal independence and dignity. Benevilla’s Surprise services include Lucy Anne’s Place, Wirtzie’s Preschool and Childcare, Birt’s Bistro, the Surprise Community Garden, Meals on Wheels, and much more.
Started by the community and for the community in 1981, Benevilla is a not-for-profit human services agency dedicated to enhancing the lives of West Valley